Blended Matcha Lemonade

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Grapefruit, Green Wood, Honey, Lemon, Tea
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Tall, 2 scoops matcha, 2 pumps raspberry, 2 pumps peppermint. Warning: This looks really nasty lol. Needed something to detox myself from the venti iced Americano w/ a total of 16 pumps of syrup I had while meeting with my new boss yesterday.


Cofftea, you have become the matcha master. :P I haven’t tried any matcha before; where should I start?


Haha. I’ve been called that before. :) Really, anywhere. Try any and all matchas you can get your hands on. HANDS DOWN 52teas flavored matchas- hurry though since they’re limited edition. If there are cafes/tea shops in your area that serve matcha (I know you can sample matcha at Teavana even), try it there first. Then you can try it for only a few bucks. I suppose you could even just order matcha in hot water (I suggest 2 scoops for a tall, I don’t think any other sizes or ratio work) at Starbucks, but keep in mind that this stuff is sweetened. Or you could try a green tea latte (hot or iced). My FAVE winter non coffee drink is a tall 2 pump peppermint 2 pump mocha hot chocolate w/ 2 scoops matcha powder. I bet it would be good over ice as well. As far as buying it, I always think organic ceremonial grade is best. Urbana Teas & Tonics (in the Steepster data base, search for it) has massively good matcha massively cheap. I also have Art of Tea’s organic (but not ceremonial grade) ginger matcha coming. Lupicia has their line of matcha au laits- some have sweetener and/or dairy, others don’t, You can also play with flavoring your own matcha by using organic herbals or fruit tisanes instead of plane water or adding extracts to the water.


Thanks for the tips! I’ll see what I can get my hands on at Frank’s, and try the Starbucks solution. (Someone gave me a gift card a few weeks ago.) Urbana Teas & Tonics sounds intriguing… Hey, would you consider guest writing a post about matchas on my blog?!

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Sweet, refreshing. Matcha adds the perfect hint of “tea” to the classic summer lemonade. Yummy, great recommendation from a friend.

Flavors: Grapefruit, Green Wood, Honey, Lemon, Tea

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